|Gracie Fields Trees ( Rex 8636 A) - The Radio TV & Audio Collection|
Gracie Fields...Recorded many hundreds of songs during her lifetime, from serious to comedy. We have quite a large collection of her 78 rpm recordings in our collection. Here's another favorite of ours 'Trees' recorded on the 'A' side of Rex 8636.
Keywords: Gracie Fields; British Singer
|Gracie Fields La Vie En Rose ( Take Me To Your Heart Again) ( Decca F. 9031 A) - The Radio TV & Audio Collection|
Gracie Fields...Recorded many hundreds of songs during her lifetime, from serious to comedy. We have quite a large collection of her 78 rpm recordings in our collection. Here's a favorite of mine 'La Vie En Rose (Take Me To Your Heart) recorded as the 'A' side of Decca F.9031.
Keywords: British Comedian; Gracie Fields
|Molly and Me|
Read about the movie at the IMDb.
Keywords: Gracie Fields; Monty Woolley
Downloads: 6,433 (4 reviews)
|Gracie Fields For Ever And Ever ( Decca F. 9031 B) - The Radio TV & Audio Collection|
Gracie Fields was a very popular, singer, actress, comedienne, in the 30's, 40's, and 50's, making many films, and hundreds of recordings, from serious to comedy. She continued to perform, to a lesser extent, into the 60's and 70's. Here she sings 'Fore Ever And Ever', the 'B' side of 'La Vie En Rose' which you can also find in the Radio TV & Audio Collection. (Decca F.9031 - B)
Keywords: Gracie Fields; Britsh Singer/Comedienne
|Gracie Fields With Fred Hartley & His Orch. It Looks Like Rain In Cherry Blossom Lane ( 1937 Rex 9140 A 78 RPM) - The Radio TV & Audio Collection|
Dame Gracie Fields, DBE (born Grace Stansfield, 9 January 1898 – 27 September 1979), was an English-born, later Italian-based actress, singer and comedienne and star of both cinema and music hall. Here she is singing, with Fed Hartley & his Orch., 'It Looks Like Rain In Cherry Blossom Lane' recorded in 1937 on Rex 9140-A at 78rpm.
Keywords: Gracie Fields; British Comedienne; Music Hall; British Cinema Actress
|Lou Brig Orch- Gracie Fields1942 - Lou Brig Orch|
armed forces radio
Keywords: WW2; 1940s; Big Band; gracie Fields
|Gracie Fields biographer David Bret|
Discussing his full-length biography of Gracie, fully authorised by her family, David Bret reveals the real Gracie Fields in a broadcast interview with Nathan Morley on CyBC Cyprus.
Keywords: Gracie Fields; David Bret; 1930s; music; Capri
|Paul Whiteman-470-480 - Paul Whiteman|
Paul Whiteman, (1891-1967), American bandleader. Born in Denver, Colorado, he joined the Denver Symphony Orchestra as a viola player at age 16. During World War I he conducted a military band. Whiteman organized his own band in 1919 in San Francisco and, through it became the leading exponent of symphonic jazz, a âsweetâ, mellow music played from written parts and thus differing markedly from âhotâ, improvised jazz...
Keywords: Big Band; 1920s; 1930s; 1940s; Orchestra; Boswell Sisters; Dinah Shore; Gracie Fields
|''The Big Record'' - 23 April 1958|
An episode of "The Big Record", with host Patti Page, and guests The Treniers (an exciting rock'n'roll act), Lizabeth Scott (a singer), Guy Pastor (singer), Tony Pastor (singer) and Gracie Fields (who is not at her best, sadly), plus two-and-a-half Oldsmobile commercials. Note: While the broadcast itself is public domain, the compositions performed are still copyrighted.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; The Big Record; Patti Page; The Treniers; Lizabeth Scott; Guy Paster; Tony Paster; Gracie Fields; Variety; Variety show; Live television; Music; Pop music; Singing; Singer
Downloads: 1,097 (1 review)
|201408 - Earl Okin|
Another of Earl Okin's 78rpm based Podcasts.
Keywords: opera; Adolphe Bérard; Alfred Maguenat; Music Hall; Variety; Vaudeville; Gracie Fields; Tom Clare; Jack Jackson; Dance Bands; Jazz; Adelaide Hall; 'Fats' Waller; Earl Okin
The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; Dinah Shore; Vaughn Monroe; Gracie Fields; Fred Allen; Mail Call; GI Journal; Bing Crosby; Spotlight Bands; One Night Stand; Frankie Carle; Clyde Lucas; Freddy Martin; Supper Club; Hilegarde; Command Performance; Groucho Marx; Music Hall; Jack Carson; Russ Morgan
Downloads: 662 (1 review)
|Acetate discs of radio excerpts, 1949-53 (3)|
A collection of 10" 78rpm acetate discs, many of them single sided.A lot of the information isn't known, so any help is appreciated in narrowing down the dates and identifying the voices heard."Gracie Fields - Now Is The Hour", c.1949-51From a show broadcast at Christmas, because as the recording starts Gracie says "...wonderful Christmas"."Two Way Family Favourites", c.1950Announcements and Dean Martin - I'll Always Love You."Much Binding In The Marsh", c.Aug/Sept 1950Clip 1 - songClip 2 - "Com...
Keywords: 78rpm; acetates; acetates collection; radio; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952; 1953; bbc; gracie fields; two way family favourites; much binding in the marsh; edmundo ros; peter scott; edward shackleton; jim wilson; alan green; ernest baldwin
Downloads: 43 (1 review)
|Summertime-01-60 - many different|
Compliments of Leif in Sweden.
Keywords: summertime,artie shaw; glenn miller; adam faith; sha na na; sidney benchet; sam cook; ricky nelson; sarah vaughn; sam cooke; pearl bailey; paul whiteman; paul robeson; louis armstrong; pearl bailey; gracie fields; johnny rebb; john ringo; george gershwin; eva cassiday; billy holliday; billy murray; billy stewart; jackie deshannon